PVC or plastic coated steel wire is coated with a layer of polyvinyl chloride or polyethylene on the surface of the annealed wire, galvanized wire, stainless steel wire and other materials. The coating layer is firmly fitted to the metal wire to form the features of anti-aging, anti-corrosion, anti-cracking, long life and other characteristics.
Uses: PVC coated steel wire can be used in daily life binding, industrial tying as tie wire or tying wire, protective chain link fence wire, can also be used in wire hanger or handicraft production.
PVC Coated Galvanized Steel Wire
PVC Coated Iron Wire for Tying
Coiled PVC Coated Wire for Fencing and other Daily Binding
PVC coated steel wire processed chain link fencing fabric
PVC coated welded wire mesh fence panels
Differences of Plastic/PVC coating and PVC dipping:
Plastic coating is a technical processing referring to the surface processing of the metal wire. The solid plastic is melt into liquid plastic under high temperature, then the metal wire material is put into plastic flow, it is taken out after certain time. Plastic Dipping is a process referring to the surface treatment on the finished steel wire mesh. Welded wire mesh or woven wire mesh is treated with PVC dipping to achieve further protection from the weather and better anti-corrosion property.
Main Parameters of Plastic Coated Steel/Iron Wire:
Materials before PVC coating:
stainless steel wire.
The wire gauge number, tensile strength, elongation, the amount of zinc and other parameters shall be pre-determined before the plastic coating processing. Average tensile strength for the PVC coated wire ranges from 350N/MM2-900N/MM2, elongation ranges from 8% -15%.
Plastic/PVC Coating Color:
Common colors are grass green (light green), dark green (dark green),Gray, White.
Wire diameter with and without plastic coating:
Wire diameter before coating: 0.6mm-4.0mm (wire gauge BWG23-8)
Wire diameter with coating: 0.9mm-5.0mm (BWG20-7)
Plastic layer (0.4mm-1.5mm), wire diameter deviation (+0.05 mm/-0.05mm Max)